Bones definitely did not mail this one in.
As its title implies, " The Male in the Mail " featured a dismembered dude who turned up in boxes in a D.C-area dead letter office, where all undeliverable parcels go to ... sit there. You learn something ever more
We have to admit that it's pretty clever to start an episode of Bones in what's called the dead letter office. In fact, we wouldn't be surprised if this entire episode revolved around that pun. Neither one of these postal workers is laughing, though, be more
This week on Bones , Booth is not only investigating a crime in which a dismembered body is found in a mailing box, but he's given some devastating news that brings out a very emotional side of our favorite FBI agent.
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Special Delivery! With a sad message from Booth's grandfather and shipping cartons full of body parts, the rise of computer-aided communication seems like a great idea. Thus, we bring you quotes -- 20 of the best from "The Male in the Mail." http://www.bu more
Hey, BONES fans! When I saw the synopsis for this episode, I thought, “If there isn’t a moment in which Brennan holds Booth, I’m going to punch a wall.” Well, “The Male in the Mail” didn’t turn out exactly as I expected, but I’m happy to report I didn’t f more
With the sudden death of Booth's (David Boreanaz) father, tonight's Bones Season 7, Episode 4: “The Male in the Mail” was one of the most heartbreaking episodes we've seen so far. Both David and guest-star Ralph Waite had us in tears by the end of the nig more
With Daisy (Carla Gallo) providing reliable comic relief and Angela (Michaela Conlin) on laugh-fire this week, there sure were a lot of quotations to choose from in Bones’s latest episode! Here are our top three:1. Daisy: “Lance is so smart. And soon... more
With all the baby-talk and soulful gazes into one another’s eyes between Booth (David Boreanaz) and Brennan (Emily Deschanel) in this season’s first and second episodes, we were a little relieved to find that “The Prince in the Plastic” relied much more o more